Air Traffic Overhaul Fight Could Hobble FAA Bill

By Linda Chiem (February 3, 2016, 7:58 PM EST) -- Lawmakers' attempt to split off the nation's air traffic control system from the Federal Aviation Administration could disrupt efforts to pass a seamless six-year reauthorization of the agency, sparking fierce bickering over cost and safety oversight concerns tied to a split, experts say....

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